Hi Everyone So being a fulltime/building sub, I often float to various classrooms throughout the day. Last year, there is a teacher that I took a 3 day job for and ended up getting extremely ill the morning before (throwing up, 103 fever, etc) Turned out I had a severe case of pneumonia and ended up being out of work for several weeks. Today, I was covering for the Art Teacher during her 4th period class while she was at a meeting. I leave cards with my info, and they have my info, thanking the teacher for letting me fill in and on the back I write any issues, absesnces etc. Teachers love them. The problem I saw, is that I had to come back and do her class again 7th period. The teacher who covered 6th period was the one I cancelled for last year. He left this on a post it note on top of my note "I have had her jobs for me three days. She cancelled at 7:30 that morning. I have had her blocked from my sub list b/c I cannot take the risk of my class not being covered (it is a 100% guarantee she would cancel on me again). Obviously you had better luck than I had. Sincerely, Mr......** Now, I do not think he was expecting me to come back 7th period or to even know he left the note. It makes me wonder how many other teachers he has done this to, and this year I have a great track record and got my health issues resolved. Here is the email I am considering writing to him and CC human resources. What do you think? I am going to sleep on it and not send it today "Hello Mr. *" I ended up subbing for Mrs.* again during 7th period and I saw the post-it note you left on my card. I feel it is unprofessional of you to have modified the note I left and my concern is that you will continue to try and dissuade teachers from wanting me as their sub. Regarding the times I cancelled last year: I had a lot of health problems going on. I do apologize that it put you in a bind and it is understandable that you would remove me from your sub list. However, I believe in going directly to the source when there is an issue (that is why I am e-mailing you directly). I got my health problems mostly sorted this year and have had very minimal cancellations and am building a track record of teachers who request me and ask me to sub for them, it how I stay busy five days a week if I wish. Another point I would like to bring up, is the day that you came into the room when I was subbing for Mrs. *, you specifically asked me if I would be able to also sub for her the next day. I was only in her room that day for one period because they pulled me during the teacher's conference and I was already booked up the next day so I told you I could not sub. It confuses me that if I am such an unreliable sub, that you would request I fill a spot for another teacher while at the same time telling a different teacher how horrible I am. I would like to think that two professional adults can have a reasonable conversation and not resort to leaving post-it notes about each other. It would have been a kind gesture for you to speak to me directly about the issues you had. Because I try to do the best job I can, and because I consider myself to be a professional, I will be leaving the post-it note for her to see because I would find it unprofessional to remove it since I did not write it." This is a draft I need to sleep on. I'm frustrated right now and not sure how to fully proceed. HR was involved back when I cancelled that day last year, so I should think about CC them right? Please help, I need advice. Another option would be to leave a second note but that just seems petty. His note reads like spiteful revenge and not simply "warning" a teacher.